The triple Oscar-winner says she is "appalled" by the "disgraceful" news about the Hollywood producer.
Meryl Streep has said she did not know about claims of sexual harassment made against film producer Harvey Weinstein and has called his alleged behaviour "inexcusable".
The actress called her former collaborator's alleged behavior "inexcusable."
Arbitration clauses, blacklisting and retaliation must end if we want victims to come forward now, not decades from now.
'The disgraceful news about Harvey Weinstein has appalled those of us whose work he championed, and those whose good and worthy causes he supported,' said Meryl Streep.
The Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment and assault scandal heated up on Sunday, with the disgraced executive being ousted from the company he founded and one of his victims going after stars
With Harvey Weinstein officially fired from the Weinstein Company, voices in Hollywood continue to come forward to condemn his behavior.
Ms. Streep called the news about Mr. Weinstein “disgraceful” but added, “Not everybody knew.” Her statement seemed to open the floodgates.